Market Common Clarendon will be hosting the Second Annual Pet Adoption Day in partnership with Homeward Trails as well as the North Shore Animal League on Saturday, May 14 from 11 AM – 4 PM. The Tour for Life bus, making it’s only stop in the DMV, will park on the Community Loop and house approximately 50 animals ready for adoption. The Loop will be transformed into an interactive dog park, where Arlington residents will have the opportunity to bring their pets to mingle with other animals, as well as have the opportunity to adopt from and donate to Homeward Trails. Pet Adoption Day will also include family friendly entertainment such as a DJ, caricature artists, balloons, and a variety of cats and dogs to interact with, some come out and join us!
We will be Opening all day from 11 am to 9.00 pm /serving Brunch /Lunch 11-3 pm
Dinner 3 to 9 pm .
Rosa Brava (use Google translate for a nice surprise) on Thursday Cinco de Mayo celebration night embraces the Mexican culture. Complete with quesadillas, tacos, tortillas chips and other Mexican favorites, all on special during our happy hour.
Our late night festivities will be featuring International Rhythms by DJ Mario Venechi (Soundcheck, Barcode, Ultrabar)
For party tables reservations – [email protected] or 703.600.0500
Show your mom just how special she is by treating her to a farm-to-table brunch or dinner at Copperwood Tavern .
In honor of Mother’s Day, every mother who dines with us on Sunday, May 8th will receive a carnation and a complimentary specialty dessert.
We offer farm to table fare including blueberry ricotta pancakes, Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, fresh oysters, and filet mignon made with locally sourced grass fed beef.
Reserve your table now: http://www.opentable.com/copperwood-tavern
Organized by the Pike Presidents’ Group (PPG) and the Coalition of Arlingtonians for Responsible Development (CARD).
WHEN: next Wednesday, May 11, at 7:30 pm
WHERE: Pike3400, the new building along Columbia Pike at Glebe Road.
If walking, enter via Columbia Pike, west of Chipotle, at the ‘Leasing Office’ entrance.
If driving, enter west-facing garage; free parking on the first level; enter building through doors with ‘Leasing Office’ sign.
PIZZA! will be served. Bring the kids.
Enriching Lives is a one-hour complimentary breakfast and fast-paced program designed to raise funds and awareness in the community about Linden Resources’ innovative workforce development programs which expand employment for veterans and people with disabilities. There is no minimum donation required, however this is a fundraiser and all donations will be gratefully accepted.
Linden Resources events raise critical funds to help individuals with disabilities and wounded warriors, some of the most vulnerable citizens among us, find jobs, gain independence and experience stability through employment.
Join us at Studio Body Logic Arlington, in Ballston, for a Pilates Day event on Saturday May 7th at 4:30pm!
In honor of Studio Body Logic’s 20th anniversary, three different instructors will be conducting 20-minute apparatus circuits. Try out the reformers, springs, and chairs! Light refreshments will be served after the class.
This event is a donation class ($5 suggested donation) to benefit SBL’s nonprofit, NextStep Pilates. NextStep Pilates provides free private Pilates lessons to wounded service members and veterans. Space is limited so reserve your spot soon!
Arlington’s Friends of Urban Agriculture meeting focusing on “Arlington’s Food Shed”, e.g. where we get our food from, with national, grower/producer and farmers market manager perspectives. All are welcome and there is no pre-registration.
The Alexandria Symphony’s 72nd season culminates on Saturday, May 7 with The Transformative, a one-night-only performance, featuring the music of American composers and highlighting the many musical styles that form the country’s rich and diverse cultural tapestry. Hans Zimmer’s music from The Dark Knight is juxtaposed with Gershwin’s American in Paris and Copland’s Rodeo. The finale also features the world premiere of The American Concerto for Piano & Orchestra by Maestro Kim Allen Kluge and Kathryn Vassar Kluge. The composition, written by this husband and wife team, will be debuted by pianist Thomas Pandolfi, with whom they consulted throughout the project. Maestro Kluge, in his final concert with the Alexandria Symphony, will be honored as ASO’s first Maestro Emeritus at the performance. A free behind-the-music interactive talk with the composers and soloist will take place at 7:00 PM in the main auditorium.
The 29th annual Taste of Arlington transforms Wilson Boulevard and neighboring streets into a family-friendly street festival with dining, music and entertainment for all ages. This annual festival features the cuisine of more than 50 Arlington restaurants, two concert stages with live music, an expanded Beer and Wine Garden with Deschutes Brewery’s Street Pub, a 5k race benefiting Girls on the Run, BarkPark and a KidZone with a rock climbing wall and carnival games. Tickets are now on sale online and you can buy discounted Taste tickets on the BallstonConnect Mobile app.
Come celebrate this spring festival of colors with us! Festivities will include music brought to you by Blue Groove Soundz, refreshments, and of course throwing of gulaal (colored powder). More details to come!
Originating in Indian and Nepal, Holi celebrates the coming of spring with colors and festivities. We’re excited to bring this tradition to the Arlington community!
Cost: $5 for powder packets
Family Friendly | Dress to make a mess
About Trade Roots
Trade Roots is a Gift Store and Coffee Shop located in Arlington, VA, committed to bringing awareness to fair trade and supporting artisans across the globe. Fair Trade allows hard-working men and women from developing countries, slums, small villages or in places of hardship, to create, work and sell their products by taking down many of the barriers to trade. Purchases make steps towards alleviating poverty, developing communities, even allowing for clean water.
During May, Gallery Underground features a national juried competition, “Road Trip.” The theme of this all-media show personalizes many aspects of taking a road trip: scenes from the road, people met along the way, all modes of transportation, and journeys both undertaken or imagined. On May 6th, as part of Crystal City’s Celebration of the Arts, the public is invited to meet the artists and enjoy refreshments at the Opening. There will be many activities around Crystal City, including Open Studios at the Studios Underground. The “Road Trip” exhibit continues through May 28th.
Friends of Urban Agriculture’s quarterly meeting will present three wonderful speakers with different perspectives on the food system we have in our community. The speakers include William Gray of the Wallace Center at Winrock Intenational, for a national perspective; Ellen Polishuk of Potomac Vegetable Farms, for a producer perspective; and Cynthia Singiser of Arlington Farmers Market, for a market perspective. Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Central Library. Free and open to the public.
Cherrydale UMC will be hosting a large yard sale.
Saturday, April 30, 8 a.m. – noon in the church parking lot located off Nellie Custis Drive near Lorcom Lane. Items for sale include clothing, furniture, art supplies as well baked goods and other items.
Arlington Hosts Lions Club will be holding it semi-annual White Cane Awareness Day Fundraiser. All funds raised go toward charities involved in preventing blindness and supporting those who are blind. The cub Scouts will be assisting the Lions in with the collection taking place at Harrison Street Safeway and Westover Market form 9a-1pm on Saturday May 21, 2016. Please come out and show your support.